SFI Teen Program Summer 2020
The Seattle Film Institute Teen Program is designed to immerse students in the process of making movies and critically looking at film as an artistic and creative medium. The classes are designed specifically to engage teens ages 13-19. Classes are taught by working film and media professionals.
In Summer 2020 the Teen Program will be available to students as college credit. Each class meets from 9am-3pm Monday through Friday. Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from campus and their own lunch (students should plan on bringing lunch, SFI has a communal student lounge refrigerator and microwave.) SFI does not offer supervised activities outside of the normal class meet times (meaning there is no before care or after care programs). Seattle Film Institute will provide the necessary textbook, work gloves and media/equipment needed to complete the class activities.
PROD 150 Introduction to Film Production (2) credits
Offered: July 6-17, 2020, Monday – Friday, 9am-3pm
Offered: July 20-31, 2020, Monday – Friday, 9am-3pm
Intro to film is production is designed to develop a broad range of skills needed to make a movie. Hand-on classes introduce filmmaking on location, including proper set-up and breakdown of the camera, audio and lighting equipment. Students work collaboratively and individually using introductory technologies and writing exercises to develop critical skills as a viewer, maker and reader.
PROD 151 Film Production Workshop (3) credits
Offered: August 3-14, 2020, Monday – Friday, 9am-3pm
A workshop-based class that is a second in a series of introductory production classes. Students learn techniques integral to address a viewer/audience with moving images and sounds. Students complete projects that focus on image and sound production and shot design. A focus in basic screenwriting techniques and strategies central to storytelling. Throughout the workshop students work collaboratively and individually using technologies and writing exercises to develop critical skills as a viewer, maker and reader.
Pre-Requisite PROD 150 Introduction to Film Production or prior experience in a high school media program.
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